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Celebrate Black History Month by Learning About the Achievements of Black Chemists

Black History Month is an opportunity to celebrate the past achievements of Black chemists and chemical engineers. It’s also a time to talk about pioneering Black chemists doing exciting work in the chemical sciences today.

In honor of Black History Month, here are a variety of resources from the American Chemical Society for learning about the work of Black chemists past and present.

Interviews with Black Chemists on ACS Axial

Malika Jeffries-ELTheodore Goodson III | Willie E. May  | Rodney D. Priestley | Gregory H. Robinson | Renã A. S. Robinson | Herman O. Sintim | Blanton S. Tolbert | Davita L. Watkins

Articles from C&EN

C&EN’s 2021 Trailblazers Issue Focusing on Black Chemists

Black Chemists You Should Know About

Career Ladder Profile: Paula Hammond

More Black History Month Resources From ACS:

A Call for Diversity Story Guest Editorials

ACS Honors African Americans in the Chemical Sciences

Celebrate Black History Month with 5 Remarkable Black Chemists

Highlighting Prominent African American Chemists

National Historic Chemical Landmark: St. Elmo Brady

National Historic Chemical Landmark: Norbert Rillieux and the Multiple Effect Evaporator

National Historic Chemical Landmark: Percy L. Julian and the Synthesis of Physostigmine

Spotlighting Black Chemists and Chemical Engineers [VIDEO]

Mentoring the Next Generation of Black Chemists [VIDEO]

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